over-crowding over-crowding


  • (n) excessive crowding



  1. Shadow Justice Secretary Nick Herbert said: "Lowering the prison capacity will put the Government under even more pressure to deal with serious over-crowding. The prisons are already full, with little leeway left in the form of spare police cells,...
    on Oct 29, 2007 By: Nick Herbert Source: Daily Mail

  2. But Ms Villiers said: "If the travelling public could get around on your promises, there would be no delays, no over-crowding."
    on Jul 24, 2007 By: Theresa Villiers Source: Independent

  3. "The consequences of increasing numbers of uninsured are ER over-crowding, closure of trauma centers, a worsening of ambulance diversion, and an on-call crisis where medical specialists are not available or are moving their practices out of...
    on May 14, 2004 By: Arthur Kellermann Source: USA Today

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